High-density dual-DVI KVM extenders
Posted on February 12, 2013 by KVMG-CMS | 0 comments
When you need to extend dual-video consoles and USB peripherals from a dense rack of computers - the last thing you want is to have 'transmitter units' dangling off the rack, right? To avoid the mess of multiple 'transmitter units', it would be nice to have them all rack-mounted in a high-density chassis in the rack.
In the medical field where sensitive electronic devices are used, isolating workstation computers can be a matter of safety. High-Density Dual-DVI KVM Extenders allow the workstation computers to be housed in a central location, away from sensitive devices.
In industrial work areas that may be too harsh for a workstation computer, High-Density Dual-DVI KVM Extenders can consolidate the computers into a safe location.
When it comes to Digital Signage, High-Density Dual-DVI KVM Extenders are an excellent deployment option - up to 12 digital signage devices can be centralized and secured from public access.
As with most information booths and kiosks, there is a risk of damage or theft, High-Density Dual-DVI KVM Extenders are the best way to secure computer hardware, by consolidating it to a secure location away from public access.
When recording with sensitive cameras and microphones, computers are often too noisy to be used in the immediate vicinity. High-Density Dual-DVI KVM Extenders isolate the computers into another room, maintaining the silence that recording artists require.
High-Density Dual-DVI KVM Extenders support mixing and matching transmitters to receivers:
- Connect multiple individual receivers (user consoles in various physical locations) to one or more dense groups of transmitters (computers)
- Connect multiple individual transmitters (computers in multiple locations) to a dense group of receivers (user consoles in one location)
Models with audio support are also available.
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